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In Milwaukee, Biden Offers Reassurance, and Tries to Avoid Mention of ‘the Former Guy’

Annie Karni | The New York Times
February 17, 2021
In his first official trip away from Washington since taking office, President Biden on Tuesday offered reassurance to Americans about the availability of the coronavirus vaccines and optimism that his $1.9 trillion relief bill was the kind of ambitious plan that could restore the American economy.

Increase Appropriations for PACE

July 28, 2016
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PACE is part of Medicare. It is a research-based program that has been proven to be effective. For more information, please see the link below, The National PACE Association: npaonline.org
Tracy McLafferty, Oregon

Domestic crisis #1 for 2017-2018

June 26, 2016
The Zika crisis will hit throughout the SE "red" states, especially among the poor (majority white), that have not accepted Medicaid expansion or the ACA. Can the Democrats campaign for an expanded health agenda for all health issues with this?
Nick Woodward, Maryland

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February 22, 2016
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Fairness in education, health care, work, finances. Take from the rich and give to the poor. Be concerned more for others than yourself. Go into this to SERVE, not to make money and show off. There is too much greed no true Christianity Stop hating
Rachel, Pennsylvania

Mrs.

October 6, 2015
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It is time to amend or repeal the 2nd amendment. It no longer serves us well. Responsible people can still own guns, but it should be a well-regulated privilege, akin to driving/owning a car, not an unfettered right. The time for change is past due.
Liz Williams, Missouri

the party of the rich

September 18, 2015
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THE party of the RICH ...since most of the american/Mexican workers cannot afford CABLE or Computer they where left out .. so now they can took all the want we will not vote for them..except THEY BUY OUR VOTES, yes we can be had .. we they people
sam, Michigan

Sanders slams income inequality before conservatives, liberals

Manu Raju, Eric Bradner | CNN
September 15, 2015
Sen. Bernie Sanders on Monday stepped into a hotbed of cultural conservatism, only to venture into one of liberal populism hours later.